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2020 Toyota
Yaris

MSRP $19,680* New
CarMax Laurel Toyota
Available in Laurel, MD
Available in Laurel, MD
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Location: CarMax Laurel Toyota in Laurel, Maryland 20723
Description: New 2020 Toyota Yaris XLE for sale - $19,680, 77 miles with Leatherette Seats, Rear View Camera, Cruise Control, Auxiliary Audio Input, Alloy Wheels, Overhead Airbags
Transmission: Automatic Color:Black Interior Color: Black Average Vehicle Review: (0 reviews) I have owned two Toyota Yaris LEs and one Sedan. This car handles well and has more room on the inside than other smaller cars. I especially like the manual drive vs the automatic for navigating traffic and on ramps! Tires make a big difference in cabin noise reduction on the Yaris so make sure you don't buy cheap ones.

Reviews for Toyota Yaris

Overall Rating

4.6 out of 5(233 reviews)

Yaris Sedan 2007

I have had my car for almost 2 years in March, I love it when it is just me. Everyone else that rides with me complains that the seats arent comfortable and the space is too small in the backseat. I rode in the backseat and YES it is small and you can BARELY fit 3 people back there in comfort. But I love the appearance they way the radio and the whole middle console is made. Do wish that the cup holders were a lil different and wish there were bigger compartments to hold things. But all in all with MPG! It is wonderful!!! But I think If I had to re-choose I would take the new 2009 Corolla for the space.

- KB, 2007 Toyota Yaris

Yaris

I Purchased my Yaris about a month ago from Car Max. To date, I have had no issues with the car. I am averaging about 32 mpg during reqular travel to work, around town and the occasional trip to NPR or Orlando. I haven't usd it for a long road trip yet but expect the milage to increase without all of the stop and go traffic. I love not having to fill up every week and the car handles well. I enjoy the color, sort of a smoke grey and the car looks good. One problem I see is that the seats are designed for very thin people; so if you have a big bottom or are wide, it may be a bit uncomfortable and take a few weeks to get used to. Another thing that took some getting used to is when you first start the car, there is a light that reads "cool" that comes on, on the dash. At first I was concerned, but it goes off within a few seconds and I realize it is justletting me know the engine is still cold. This could b be invaluable in the colder states. There is a bad blind spot at the spots where the door closes on both sides, which can make checking traffic a bit hairy, but as long as you realize it is there, it is good. Get up and go is sometimes a bit sluggish, but it is a small car and I expect that. With that being said though, it can sometimes get hairy pulling out into fast traffic. Sound system is adequate. Overall: I love my Yaris and am enjoying this car.

- mindless, 2007 Toyota Yaris

awesome car

Great on gas. Very roomy for a small car.

- Yvette, 2011 Toyota Yaris

This price does not include tax, title, and tags. Additional fees may also apply depending on the state of purchase.